ACES is the North American industry standard for the management and exchange of automotive catalog applications data.
Internet Parts Ordering (IPO) is an industry standard for the messages and information flow required to locate, inquire about availability and order products online.
iShop is a set of computer interface standards that allows vehicle service equipment, management software and information servers to communicate seamlessly in the shop environment.
The Product Information Exchange Standard (PIES) is the best practice for the management and exchange of product attribute information in the vehicle auto care industry.
Brand Identification database is a coded table of brands, brand owners and their parent company names and is essential to automotive data and communication standards.
The Product Attribute database is an auto care industry standard reference database to be used in conjunction with PIES.
The Product Classification database codes are central to the exchange of electronic catalog application data and serve to classify and categorize application records
The Vehicle Configuration database is a fully normalized, relational database of vehicle configurations for passenger cars and light trucks sold in the US, Canada and Mexico.
A Qualifier Database (Qdb) is supplied to help standardize terminology within the industry and reduce the number of potentially confusing free-text expressions found in applications..
Super Spec is an industry-specific definition of the EDI requirements
needed to connect distributors and retailers with their manufacturers and
suppliers in the aftermarket.